Last weekend 22-year-old William Adam Lane spotted a lesbian couple embracing in a bar in Bellingham, Washington. He decided the only appropriate course of action was to drunkenly shout homophobic comments at them and smash the rear window of their car. Unfortunately for him, the women were total badasses. One tackled Lane and pinned him to the ground while they waited for help from a bouncer nearby. Lane was arrested for malicious harassment, which is a hate crime, and even though the women were unharmed, they may be able to press assault charges because he threatened them.
It would be lower, but apparently gay sex gets you ten whole points.
15. Likely due to that whole virginity thing.
97. But then again this scoring system rates manipulating someone with mind-altering substances or getting convicted for a crime as more pure than making love to someone whose gender aligns with yours, so fuck this test.
“That was the hardest day of my life. I have turned roles down because they are rapists. It’s something I don’t even want to watch. If I even click on it on TV, I have to click it off or I’ll put my foot through the screen… What you see on that screen is just my terror at having to do that scene. There’s not really any acting going on and I haven’t watched the scene. I’ve seen little clips. You know, ‘previously on Buffy the Vampire Slayer.’ They show it sometimes and I’m always like, ‘Oh, God.’ … The writers are fabulous, but when I showed up on set that day I told them: ‘Sometimes you guys just don’t know what you do. You just do not know what you’re asking us…’ I’m proud of it artistically, but as a human being I never, never, never want to do a scene like that again and I will always refuse because I know what it does to me.”—James Marsters on the attempted rape scene in “Seeing Red”, United Press International, June 11, 2003 (via itdevours)